Ugo Volli is honorary professor of Semiotics and Philosophy of Communication at the University of Turin. He has to his credit about 300 scientific publications and more than twenty-five books. He has taught at numerous Italian and foreign universities including Brown University and New York University. His main fields of research concern the philosophy of communication, semiotic theory, semiotic analysis of sacred texts, political communication, the taste. His most recent books include Peripheries of Sense (Aracne 2016), The Rest is Interpretation (Belforte 2019), Women in Casa Boschi (Skira 2020), Arguing in the Name of Heaven (with Vittorio Robiati Bendaud – Guerini 2021), Music are your laws to me (La nave di Teseo 2022).